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good day,

In my application I am sending an email using javaMail.
the email is html email that contains embded images.
But some times part of html code appears as is (part of html code is not translated).the email is a survey that ask the client to submit his feedback.

I tried to submit the form from the email itself, but I could not do that.
the email editor that is used by me and my clients is MS Outlook.

any suggestion??
 
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Not quite sure what is going on, but using JSP for this sounds like inviting trouble. Move the JavaMail code to a servlet or a backing bean, and it will become easier to debug (and a much cleaner design).
 
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